Sussex, England, Nottinghamshire
One of the older statesmen of the county, Chris Nash, remains a peripheral part of Nottinghamshire's set-up across all the three formats of the game. Having spent 15 seasons in Sussex, he wanted a change and Nottinghamshire seemed to be the ideal bet for a career that's coming towards a remarkable end. The decision was helmed by the factor that he wanted to join his old coach, Peter Moores, who had shifted allegiance from Sussex to Nottinghamshire. Having made his first-class debut way back in 2002, Nash has scored almost 20,000 runs across all the three formats of the game. His style of batting was aggressive and that unfortunately meant an England call-up was never coming his way, but he still ended up playing a vital role in Sussex's resurgence. Nash took his time to settle into the Sussex environment and it wasn't until 2009 that he passed 1000 runs for a season. He repeated the feat in 2010 and played an instrumental role in helping his team get promoted to Division One - also gaining a place in the England Lions team. In 2012, Nash was named in the Professional Cricketers' Association Team of the season, after helping Sussex into the finals day of the Natwest T20 Blast. He passed 1000 runs in a season once again in 2013, but a burst appendix and added complications after the surgery halted his resurgence in 2014. Ahead of the 2017 season, he finally made the switch from Sussex to Nottinghamshire and began life at the new county with a man whom he worked a lot during his developing stage.